cPRO has been implemented across a variety of domains, primarily oncology, HIV treatment, and pain medicine.


Clinical- and research-focused systems for treatment decision support, and during treatment. P3P (Personal Profile Prostate) was developed by Donna L. Berry, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN (Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Phyllis F. Cantor Center for Research in Nursing & Patient Care Services, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute) to aid patients recently diagnosed with prostate cancer in their decision-making regarding treatment. The system delivers tailored educational content based on a self-assessment of the relative importance the patient places on current symptoms, physical and lifestyle outcomes, and the role social relationships play in decision making.

See the P3P (Personal Profile Prostate) demo at:

Pain Medicine

PainTracker™ was developed by Mark Sullivan MD, PhD (Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Adjunct Professor of Bioethics and Humanities, University of Washington) to help clinicians track and improve the core outcomes of chronic pain management. It has been implemented for the web using cPRO. In some deployments, patients self-report information; in others, providers enter patient data.

Demonstration link:

You can try out both the patient and provider and experiences.

For the patient experience, follow "Create an Account".

For the provider experience, log in with the following credentials: 
username: provider
password: provider_123
The demonstration system contains a patient "Harold Backpain", along with several other patients with even less realistic (!) data... Depending on how "fresh" the demo data are, the provider view may show some of these patients on the initial screen.  The demo user can create new patient records, so feel free to create a patient and take the PainTracker™ assessment. 

(The PainTracker™ demo was last updated on 9/12/16)

HIV Treatment

cPRO has been implemented in clinics around the country to enhance HIV clinical care, including improving attention to patient concerns, patient-provider communication, satisfaction with care, and detection and management of conditions and treatments. Heidi Crane, MD, MPH (Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine; Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Washington Health Services) is the clinical and research leader of these efforts.

(demo not available)

Post-operative Wound Assessment

mPOWEr adds photos, and a patient-centered, mobile-first approach to cPRO.  See more at